Episode 4 – Basics of SOQL & Best Practices

We hope you are enjoying the Path To Code series on your journey of becoming an #AwesomeDev in Salesforce!

Episode 4 is scheduled for Jan 23, 2019 at 8:30 pm EST and will be presented by Amit Chaudhary.

How to Register

Sign up here to join Episode 4, you can join from mobile as well!!!

Please note that we have limit of 100 attendees that can join the online sessions. However, all recordings would be posted on our YouTube channel.

In this episode, we will cover:

  • What is SOQL
  • Basics of SOQL
    • Condition Expression Syntax (WHERE Clause)
    • Operators, Date Literals
    • Aggregate Function
    • GROUP BY
    • HAVING
    • Order By
    • LIMIT
  • Workbench
  • Relationship Queries
  • SOQL in Apex, Querying Record in Batches By Using SOQL For Loops
  • Basics of SOSL, Best Practices

Slide of SOQL and SOSL

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Episode 3 – Classes, Inheritance, Abstract Class, and Interfaces

We hope you are enjoying the Path To Code series on your journey of becoming an #AwesomeDev in Salesforce!

Episode 3 is scheduled for Jan 16, 2019 at 8:30pm EST and will be presented by Jitendra Zaa.

Register here

Sign up here to attend Episode 3 on Jan 16

In this episode, we will cover:

  • What are classes and objects
  • Access Specifiers – global, public, protected, and private
  • Why do we even care about private, lets make everything public
  • Multilevel Inheritance vs Multiple Inheritance
  • Why do we need Abstract class and Interfaces
  • Interfaces and markup interfaces

Questions during Episode 3

  • Should we create child class every time we need to make change?
  • What is difference between Object vs SObject in Salesforce?

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Episode 2 – Conditional Statements, Loops

Thank you #Ohana for a warm welcome on our first PathToCode adventure!

Keep up the energy and enthusiasm since there are many beautiful destinations to visit on this journey to become an #AwesomeDev. Staying true to our word, we are back with another interesting episode.

How to Register

Signup here to join Episode 2, you can join from mobile as well!!!

Please note that we have limit of 100 attendees that can join the online sessions. However, all recordings would be posted on our YouTube channel.

Episode 2 will be presented by Jigar Shah on January 9 – 8:30pm EST

In Episode 2, we will cover the following topics:

  • Control flow statements within Apex
  • Ternary Operators
  • Iteration using Loops
  • Examples of when to use List vs Set vs Hashmap (as per feedback of Episode 1)
  • Q&A

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Video

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Episode 1 – Introduction to Salesforce

Happy Holidays everyone!

How would you like to kick off the New Year with a new resolution and new learning initiative? Join us as we take you on the journey from #AwesomeAdmin to #AwesomeDev. As promised we have come up with our very first episode of Path To Code.

Register here to join Episode 1.

Please note that we have limit of 100 attendees that can join the online sessions. However, all recordings would be posted on our YouTube channel.

Episode 1 will be presented by Jitendra Zaa on January 2 – 8:30pm EST .

Continue reading “Episode 1 – Introduction to Salesforce”

Path to Code – Curriculum

Below are the list of topics we are planning on covering over the course of 24 weeks. Feel free to suggest other topics or provide us with some feedback in comments section :

  1. Introduction to Salesforce, Variables, Data Types, & Developer Console
  2. Conditional Statements, Loops
  3. Classes, Object, Interface, Abstract Class, Inheritance
  4. Basics of SOQL & Best Practices
  5. Test Classes, Best Practices of writing Test Classes
  6. Performing DML & Error Handling
  7. Learning Checkpoint – Classes and Apex Basics
  8. Integration 101 – REST Callout and how to use Postman and cURL
  9. Building SOAP Integrations in Salesforce
  10. External Services
  11. Building & Exposing REST APIs from Salesforce
  12. Basics of Trigger
  13. Trigger – Advanced
  14. Basics of HTML
  15. Basics of JavaScript
  16. Introduction to Lightning Web Components – Apr 24
  17. Communication between Lightning Web Components using Events – May 1
  18. Asynchronous Apex – Future, Queue-able – May 8
  19. Scheduler & Batch Apex – May 15
  20. Trigger Frameworks in Salesforce – June 19
  21. Design Pattern – Gang of Four – Jul 10
  22. Design Pattern – 2 – July 24
  23. Design Pattern – 3 – Aug 7
  24. Open Q&A Session – Aug 14

Happy Coding !!!